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Hands On! is the place where LEARNING comes into PLAY! Located in Downtown Hendersonville, Hands On! is a children's museum that provides educational exhibits and science programs to children ages 1-10, along with their caregivers. More information...more
We vacation in Hendersonville often and when we are here we have to come to hands On. Our three little ones love this place! They could play for hours. I think it's such a great concept and would love to have a place like this...More
This place has something for every kid! There are so many different play areas that my daughter could spend the whole day here and be perfectly happy. Her favorites include the grocery store, the nursery, and the stage, but she will visit each section to...More
We just finished our second visit to Hands On with our grandchildren! It is SO fun! There are activities that interest toddlers to school age children.
The Member’s Night Science Chef was well done! We made butter, tasted cookies, watched the science of ice cream...More
Our family had a wonderful time at the Hands On! Children’s Museum. We were amazed at all they had for the cost of $5 per person. The kids absolutely loved it and didn’t want to leave. The slide in the middle of so cool. I...More
Mindy C, Manager at Hands On! Children's Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 9 April 2018
Hello! Thank you so much for visiting the museum! We're so happy you and your family had a wonderful time. Hope to see you all in again soon to play and learn with us!
This place is amazing - they've thought of it all - from building Leggo race cars, painting, putting on a play with loads of clothes/costumed/dress-up stuff to choose from, to taking your grocery cart and going to the store to shop for many of the...More
Hands On! has a variety of activities to entice younger kids (and their parents) to play and learn. The grocery store and Kilwin's ice cream shop is a favorite of my granddaughters, while my grandson loves the art section and building/racing cars. There also seems...More
The concept is good but execution, not so much. Legos in racetrack area fall apart before you even get them to the track because they are so used. I would say it's good for four and under only. I have a 2, 7, and 9...More